Re: Project's calandar should span to 1800 for historical research
- From: "davegb" <davegb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 15 Aug 2006 10:20:03 -0700
Geoff Russell wrote:
As an engineering historian, I would love to use MS Project to plot the
construction of major historical works, with dates drawn from research
However, the timeline in MS Project only goes back as far as January 1984.
Is there some way to extend the calendar back to say, 1800?
This would make a great educational application for history students,
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It might help if you understand that Project is not intended to be a
graphics tool to create timelines of past events. It's intended use is
to schedule projects being planned for the future and to track them in
You could do something like what you want with Excel.
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